The CT Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives Appoints New Officers

At the Annual Meeting of the Connecticut Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives (CACCE) held on Thursday, August 19, 2021, the membership of CACCE unanimously voted to appoint new Officers with two-year terms to begin October 2021.

CACCE is proud to announce its new Officers will consist of President, Cindy Bombard of Central CT Chambers of Commerce, First Vice President, Yetta Augur of Cheshire Chamber of Commerce, Vice President, P.J. Prunty of Greater Danbury Chamber of Commerce, Secretary/Treasurer, Adam Ney of CBIA, and Ex-Officio, Lynn Ward of Waterbury Regional Chamber of Commerce, and Chris DiPentima, President & CEO of CBIA.

President, Cindy Bombard stated, "I look forward to working collaboratively with our Officers, and CACCE membership to build a strong and vibrant Association which will help us all to strengthen the business communities throughout the State of Connecticut."

The purpose of CACCE is to enhance the personal professional growth, development, and management effectiveness of Chamber of Commerce executives. It shall fulfill this purpose through meetings, information exchange, training, and education, and by serving as a central source of information and matters relating to Chamber of Commerce activities. CACCE Mission: Business Working Together to Promote Regional Prosperity, Community Vitality and Economic Growth.

Members of CACCE include the following Chambers: Avon, Bloomfield, Bridgeport, Brookfield, Central Connecticut, Windham, Eastern CT, Clinton, CT River Valley, Darien, East Haven, East Windsor, Fairfield, Greater Danbury, Greater Manchester, Greater New Britain, Greater New Haven, Greater New Milford, Granby, Greater Norwich, Greater Valley, Greenwich, Hamden Regional, Lyme/Old Lyme, Madison, Metro Hartford Alliance, Middlesex County, Mystic, North Central, North Eastern CT, New Canaan, Newington, Norwalk, North West CT, Old Saybrook, Orange, Plainville, Quinnipiac, Ridgefield, Rocky Hill, Shoreline, Simsbury, South Windsor, Southington, Stamford, Tolland, Waterbury Regional, West Hartford, West Haven, Westport, Weston, Wethersfield, Wilton Windsor and CBIA.

CBIA president and CEO Chris DiPentima called the state's chambers of commerce "a critical component of the state's business ecosystem. I congratulate the new board members on their elections. I am thrilled to have the opportunity to work with business leaders from around the state to rebuild the state's economy, get people back to work, and drive opportunities for all residents." DiPentima said.